Japan-easyI'm Tanaka. /
I'm Tanaka too.
Basic sentences: A is B (Part2)
1. Watashi mo Tanaka desu.
In this case, the name “Tanaka” is the same for the three, so instead of “wa,” we use “mo” after the first time.
The first person said “wa.” After that, the 2nd and 3rd person said “mo.”
If there are more people named “Tanaka” to come, then they would all say “mo.”
When you’re saying the names of various fish, this is what it would be like. First, we use “wa.” If the next item is also a fish, we use “mo.”
If you can master this rule, you can take your Japanese one step further.
2. Jūsu mo tada desu ka?
Tom has come to a café in Japan. He will correctly use “wa” and “mo.”
First, he said “Mizu wa tada desuka?” using “wa” to ask.
Next, he said “Jūsu mo tada desuka?”
Since he asked if the juice was also free, he used “mo.”
Do you understand the difference between “wa” and “mo”?
3. Kore mo kotton desu ka?
“Mo” appeared in the conversation.
Katrina is good at speaking Japanese. She has come to buy cotton clothes. She will correctly use “mo” to speak with the staff while shopping.
There are about 2,000 “kanji” that are regularly used. This section will use various methods that will allow you to visualize kanji. We hope you will become acquainted with kanji while having fun.
You will learn useful Japanese phrases and real-life experiences relating to those phrases. The topic this time is “chotto.”
A rice cake filled with anko, or azuki bean paste, is wrapped with a salt-pickled leaf of a sakura tree, or cherry blossom. The leaf is peeled off before eating. The delicate cherry blossom flavor is perfect for getting a taste of Japanese culture.
on the Net #2
Instruction:Change the following sentences into interrogative.
(amanda san wa pianisuto desu)
Amanda is a pianist.
(amanda san wa pianisuto desu ka)
(painappuru wa furūtsu desu)
A pinapple is a kind of fruit.
(painappuru wa furūtsu desu ka)
Instruction:Translate the following sentences into Japanese.
A: I'm Amanda.
B: I'm Amanda, too.
(watashi wa amanda desu)
(watashi mo amanda desu)
A: Is this made of cotton?
B: Yes, it is.
A: Is this made of cotton, too?
B: No. It is made of polyester.
(kore wa kotton desu ka)
(hai sō desu)
(kore mo kotton desu ka)
(īe sore wa poriesuteru desu)
Instruction:Looking at each picture, answer the question in Japanese.
(mizu wa tada desu ka)
(hai tada desu)
(ocha mo tada desu ka)
(hai tada desu)
(jūsu mo tada desu ka)
(īe jūsu wa tada ja arimasen)